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Ok, no wrong answers here I just want some recommendations. I am looking at getting some new grips for my '02 660 and I want to know what everyone likes best. There is one rule. Keep it under $20 U.S. if possible. I was looking at some protaper pillowtops and opinions on those are welcome too. So fire away!
 

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Very happy with ODI Rogue lock-on grips.


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What size do I get? I see 120mm and 130mm.
 

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I purchased the 120mm.
 

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If you have any interest in heated grips, the Heat Demon brand is great! They have an ODI lock on version so if you go that route, be sure to get the ODI lock on’s.
 
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Alright thanks guys. I might look into the heated grips. They sound nice and I am probably going to to plow a little snow so I need to keep warm!
 

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Ok I looked at heated grips and the price tag might have given me shock! Lol. I might look at those a little later...
 

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Ok I looked at heated grips and the price tag might have given me shock! Lol. I might look at those a little later...
Yea, they ain’t cheap but this is the exact best time of year to buy. Cyber Monday is tomorrow. This isn’t a purchase you’ll regret. Especially when you’re out plowing and your hands are cold.
 

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Ok I looked at heated grips and the price tag might have given me shock! Lol. I might look at those a little later...
I live in a cold climate too. They're the best accessory I've added to my machine.
 

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Yea, they ain’t cheap but this is the exact best time of year to buy. Cyber Monday is tomorrow. This isn’t a purchase you’ll regret. Especially when you’re out plowing and your hands are cold.
Hmm. I guess now would be the time. Do I need heated grips, or can I just use grip warmers. I mean that could be the best of both worlds... Couldn't it?
 

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Hmm. I guess now would be the time. Do I need heated grips, or can I just use grip warmers. I mean that could be the best of both worlds... Couldn't it?
I have found the Head Demon ODI lock-on style to be the most trouble-free. I have installed the non lock-on versions and the grips eventually let go and would not re-adhear. I have also used the grip warmers and they were fine too.
 

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If you have any interest in heated grips, the Heat Demon brand is great! They have an ODI lock on version so if you go that route, be sure to get the ODI lock on’s.
Definitely agree. Also worth the extra money if possible ;)
 

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X3 on the ODI Rogues. I personally think the options for heated grips are uncomfortable. But, what you can do/what I did is I put heating elements under my ODI Rogues. You have to ream out the new grips with a 15/16" drill bit, but I have really comfortable heated grips.


The grip mitts are good too, but if it's really cold heated is the way to go. I still use my grip mitts when it gets really cold.
 

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Ha! If it's really cold I won't be plowing. More than likely if it's really cold my little atv plow won't do much good. I am going to look into the mitts. Then maybe get the rogue grips to go on too! Thanks guys.
 

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I just installed the TUSK heated grip kit. they are very reasonable price wise have 5 heat settings and work great. I was plowing in -20C yesterday and my hands were nice and toasty...actually had to turn them down to #3...they are a tight fit on the bars though..had to remove the paint from the bars...im very pleased with them.

https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/948/32868/Tusk-Heated-Grip-Kit
 

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All I have to say is... Wow. Than they would keep my hands warm. How's the comfort factor of the grips? I know that I am going to pounce on those as soon as Christmas has come and gone! The fam won't let me buy anything till after Christmas... Unless it's they're presents.
 

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All I have to say is... Wow. Than they would keep my hands warm. How's the comfort factor of the grips? I know that I am going to pounce on those as soon as Christmas has come and gone! The fam won't let me buy anything till after Christmas... Unless it's they're presents.
comfort is fine...the thumb warmer is separate but also cheap $$$ and plugs into the grip harness.
 

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All I have to say is... Wow. Than they would keep my hands warm. How's the comfort factor of the grips? I know that I am going to pounce on those as soon as Christmas has come and gone! The fam won't let me buy anything till after Christmas... Unless it's they're presents.
@Grizzcrazy, " unless it's they're presents", Bahhhh, Haaaaa, Haaaaa!!! Righto on that one, !!!, Bahhh, Haaaa, Haaa!!!
 

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@basmn can you link the thumb warmers here too?
 
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